Student Representative Council

Leaders are made here!

The Student Representative Council (SRC) plays a crucial role in representing the interests and concerns of the student body within Africa University. The SRC serves as a voice for students and works to enhance their overall university experience.

Mission & Vision
  • Create a dynamic community
  • excellence in education, research, and service.
  • power of knowledge to transform lives
  • address critical challenges facing our continent.
Values
  • Create a dynamic community
  • excellence in education, research, and service.
  • power of knowledge to transform lives
  • address critical challenges facing our continent.
Resources
  • Create a dynamic community
  • excellence in education, research, and service.
  • power of knowledge to transform lives
  • address critical challenges facing our continent.

Leaders

become great, not because of
their power, but because of their
ability to empower others
- John Maxwell

Members of the SRC

Africa University's faculty are leaders in their area of expertise. The university continues to secure the best faculty talent from around the world who are passionate about nurturing the next generation of agricultural leaders. They provide students with hands-on experiences, cutting-edge research projects, and access to state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring they are well-prepared to meet the demands of a rapidly evolving agricultural landscape

Zade Patel

Zade Patel

President
Morris Bangezhano

Morris Bangezhano

Vice President
Gaku Tanaka Nakajima

Gaku Tanaka Nakajima

Secretary General
Mitchell Ngunga

Mitchell Ngunga

Finance Secretary
Adrian Dingiswayo

Adrian Dingiswayo

Social Welfare Secretary
Prince Sifelani Mlauzi

Prince Sifelani Mlauzi

Sports and Entertainment Secretary

E-voting System

Using technology to ensure free and fair elections

The SRC is elected through the Electoral Committee which ensure free and fair elections through the use of SARU- an electronic Voting system. The system provide accurate and instantaneous results, reducing the likelihood of discrepancies and ensuring a fair and transparent election.

Students can cast their votes from anywhere with an internet connection, eliminating the need to physically visit a polling station. This convenience has resulted in higher voter turnout.

Shifting from traditional paper-based voting to an electronic system contributes to environmental sustainability by reducing paper usage. This aligns with the university’s efforts to adopt eco-friendly practices and reduce their carbon footprint

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How do I join the Student Representative Council?

In summary, here are the few things you need to do to join the SRC body : Check eligibility criteria, during the nomination period, submit required forms, engage in campaigning, attend candidate forums or debates, encourage peers to vote during the designated period, await results announcement, if elected, undergo orientation and training, assume office and start representing the student body.

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